Usability testing EHRs Correction In Art Swanson's and Scott Lind's article, "Usability Testing EHRs," from our November + December 2011 issue, the authors refer to a proposed NIST protocol as the "Usability Evaluation Protocol (UEP)." The correct name of the protocol is the EHR Usability Protocol (EUP). A draft document describing the rationale for the protocol can be found at http://www.nist.gov/healthcare/usability/upload/Draft_EUP_09_28_11.pdf The article provoked many comments from readers, some of which are presented here in edited form. Comments In the November + December 2011 issue of interactions, Swanson and Lind describe industry objections to a NIST plan for summative…
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